Privacy Compliance Hub co-founder, Karima Noren, has been invited to address an audience of CIOs, CTOs and other business leaders working in security, data and IT at one of the year’s most interesting one-day events on privacy and data protection.
The online PrivSec Data Protection and Infrastructure forum provides executives with insights and practical advice on how to future-proof their business. Topics include building an effective hybrid and multi-cloud data management strategy, getting to grips with the threat of modern ransomware, and dealing with increased data management complexity in a post pandemic world.
Noren will be appearing on a panel discussing data lifecycle management challenges alongside Mark Penny, head of systems and infrastructure at the University of Leicester, Jeff Gary, policy director at the Institute for Technology Law and Policy at Georgetown Law, and Kalin Cvetkov, data protection officer at Crypto.com.
“The volume of data organisations collect is growing at an astounding pace,” Noren says. “Throughout the data lifecycle, there are a number of risks and considerations to consider. But privacy has to be top of the priority list. It’s only by building a culture of continuous compliance that the true potential of a business’s data flows can be realised.”
Register here for the free session, which will take place on Wednesday 8 September from 3:25pm-4:10pm.